Foreign technology media 9to5Mac based on existing public technology patents, related reports, and reference to some of the rumors of information, produced Apple’s first AR / VR headset Reality Pro high-definition renderings.
The media outlet believes that Apple’s Reality Pro headset has a design similar to traditional ski goggles, and incorporates some of the design style of Apple Watch and AirPods Max.
There are two physical buttons on the top of the headset, a pressable button on the left to turn on/off a software feature and a digital crown called “Reality Dial” on the right to switch between AR and VR scene views.
The headset also comes with a range of sensors and cameras, but is cleverly camouflaged in a frame.
The left side of the headset’s strap is integral and cannot be removed, only by the right side.
This headset does not have a built-in battery, consumers need to wear an additional battery pack connected to the headset. On the right side there is a buckle that doubles as a charger. We imagine it looks a lot like an inductive Apple Watch charger.
As previously, Ross Young said in a tweet that Apple’s first headset will feature two 1.4-inch screens made of Micro OLED (OLED on Silicon), with a brightness of more than 5,000 nits, a pixel density of 4,000 pixels per inch, and a resolution of 4K per screen.
Apple’s headset, with a brightness higher than 5000 nits, can support the mainstream headset market does not have HDR content.